Navigating lunch hour at the office can be tricky.
Navigating lunch hour at the office can be tricky.
You've probably been boasting about your "perfectionist" habits, or "passion" for the role. But this doesn't go down well in a job interview.
Answering certain job interview questions can sometimes be like a game of roulette - so here's how to tip the odds in your favour.
Career isn't everything and why be rich when you can travel and have the time of your life?
If you could do anything in the world for a living, what would it be? Following your instincts could be the most important and rewarding step you ever take.
Conflict in the workplace can result in stress, a loss of productivity and destroy moral in the office environment. Here’s how to manage conflict to ensure productive and healthy work relationships.
A big part of job-hunting is about being in the right place at the right time. Good support and being able to stay positive are also essential to finding your feet quickly again on home soil after wandering the world for a few years.
In a competitive working environment it is important to continue your professional education and keep your skills up to date. Here are three ways to fulfil your development needs.
Founded by Australian chef Scott Hallsworth, Kurobuta is London's no nonsense, rock n roll style Japanese izakaya. They are now looking for more cool, outgoing types, crazy about hospitality.
Many people feel that schools and educational institutes are exempt from branding — which is far from true.
The construction industry is booming, largely due to the mining sector which has a continuing need for experienced workers. Other areas of the construction industry have felt the pinch as tradespeople have moved away to the mines, lured by the high wages.
Affording to travel on your working holiday is a tough gig. You need a job that pays well and understands you are here to travel, not just work. Under31 gives you the freedom to choose a flexible working holiday job so you can afford to travel on your working holiday,
Think you're a good salesperson? Come and prove it! Experienced, bright, friendly and enthusiastic people needed.
Australian Chef Scott Hallsworth (ex Nobu and Wabi) is set to open his brand new London venue, Kurobuta, this autumn and requires staff to join the dynamic team.
Kazakhstan may not spring to mind as an obvious destination for either vacation or career, but for teacher Ian Shotter, it’s proving so successful that he’s hoping to stay for another few years.
Change Hospitality are hiring chefs for their team to work over the 2013 event season with some of London's top event caterers.
The iconic bed linen brand Sheridan is recruiting managers and sales consultants for the opening its first boutique store in the heart of London.
Opportunity to join the Australian Business team - the leading Australian organisation connecting professionals in the UK.
THE EXPAT FACTOR | Rugby legend Michael Lynagh won the World Cup with the Wallabies and captained the team from 1993-1995. He survived 72 internationals but perhaps his toughest test has been making what he calls a ‘miraculous’ recovery from a life threatening stroke. Now just one year since the ...
THE EXPAT FACTOR | Kathy Lette is an Australian author who has lived in London for over 20 years. Kathy has written a number of bestselling books including Puberty Blues, How to Kill Your Husband (and Other Handy Household Hints), To Love, Honour & Betray, Mad Cows and Foetal Attraction. ...
THE EXPAT FACTOR | Matt Parker used skills learnt as a maths teacher to springboard into a new career in London - stand-up mathematician. Matt now does regular stand-up on his favourite topic, as well as spots on TV and radio talking all things maths and education. Add in regular ...
THE EXPAT FACTOR | Scott Hallsworth is executive chef and co-founder of Wabi, specialising in innovative and seasonal Japanese cuisine with a contemporary European twist. Previously head chef of Nobu London, Scott has earned a reputation for pushing the boundaries of gastronomy and creating unique and interesting menus.
THE EXPAT FACTOR | Liz Koops is a theatrical entrepreneur who brought sell-out shows Tap Dogs and Priscilla Queen of The Desert to the UK stage. She is managing director of Back Row Productions, winner of 2012 Australian Woman of the Year in the UK and has recently launched a ...
Focusing on strengths and synergies, not stereotypes, leads to greater gender diversity and better outcomes in the workplace.
THE EXPAT FACTOR | Chloe Angel dreamed of an international career in singing and performing, and has moved to London to pursue these goals. You may have seen her warming up the crowds in Covent Garden.
THE EXPAT FACTOR | Welcome to our new weekly profile to recognise and promote the interesting, exciting and innovative achievements of Australians living and working in the UK.
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INTERVIEW I Ashleigh Lawrence talks to PAUL BLEAKLEY about filming in Bournemouth, honing her craft in LA and how ‘webisodes’ could be the making of young Aussie actors.
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ASTUTE AUSSIE IN LONDON | One of the many qualities that make Australians popular bosses, colleagues and employees is our self-confidence.
Research indicates that Australian employers are looking abroad for talent to fill their skill shortages.
American engineers and tradies struggling to find work at home are being encouraged to fill skills shortages in Australia's booming resources sector.
Aussiepreneurs will be hosting London Drinks for entrepreneurial Australians and those who wish to help them.
Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design freshers, undergraduates and post graduate students have begun the first year at The Granary.
Whatever your reasons might be for packing up and heading off, you might like to know that the Queensland Government is currently looking to fill over 150,000 job vacancies in various locations and vocations.
Chef de Parties and above required for ongoing casual work over the summer and beyond.
People tend to adopt similar strategies in their approach to interview preparation but what will make you stand out from other job seekers? Adam Whitehouse provides a few tips on how to succeed at the interview stage.